Are You Afraid of the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Twilight Zone? Cemetery Gates Media’s new Kickstarter for ‘Corpse Cold’

Are You Afraid of the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Twilight Zone? Cemetery Gates Media's new Kickstarter for 'Corpse Cold'

Cemetery Gates Media is launching a Kickstarter campaign on September 30th to fund a fully-illustrated book of spooky stories inspired by '80s and '90s horror books like Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. The book, Corpse Cold: New American Folklore, features 17 stories, written by John Brhel and Jo

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Tracklisted…with Civil Youth

Tracklisted…with Civil Youth

Much like the classic mixtape, Tracklisted presents a collection of songs under a selected theme, which you can check out below. Click on the provided Spotify playlist and listen to this week’s arrangements while you read a few words about the selections.

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/09/29/tracklisted-with-civil-youth/

Interview: Marc Sallis (Blank City Records)

Interview: Marc Sallis (Blank City Records)

Los Angeles label Blank City Records was formed this year by Marc Sallis, former bassist for the Duke Spirit, and Brandon Burkart, of The Saint James Society. The label specializes in releasing music to flexis made from vintage medical x-rays, à la Russian roentgenizdat bootlegs from the ’50s and ’60s. The Blank City x-ray flexis are playable on standard record players, with the label focusing primarily on developing and releasing music from L.A. artists. The label’s first release was The Saint James Society’s Covered In Blood EP, which sold out in less than 24 hours.

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/09/29/interview-marc-sallis-blank-city-records/

Vinyl Review: The Architects — Border Wars

Vinyl Review: The Architects — Border Wars

Combining two EPs into an LP is a risky proposition. Depending on how far apart in time they were recorded, and the attending differences in lyrical, musical, or thematic content, you could end up with a 12-inch which has two uncomfortably different sides. Even when packaged as one collection of two separate records, you can end up with something like Courtney Barnett’s The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas, where the year and a half between the first disc, I’ve Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris, and the second, How to Carve a Carrot Into a Rose, show a distinct turn.Â

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/09/18/vinyl-review-the-architects-border-wars/

Review Roundup: Tidal Waves Music’s Link Wray reissues

Review Roundup: Tidal Waves Music’s Link Wray reissues

With Tidal Waves Music’s reissues of three early Link Wray releases — 1971’s Mordicai Jones, 1972’s Be What You Want To, and 1973’s Beans and Fatback — the label is opening up the iconic guitarist’s music beyond just the swampy instrumentals Wray recorded with the Ray Men in the ‘60s.

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/09/19/review-roundup-tidal-waves-musics-link-wray-reissues/

Exclusive: Listen to the premiere of Fred Wickham’s ‘Mariosa Delta’

Exclusive: Listen to the premiere of Fred Wickham's 'Mariosa Delta'

Brian ByersIt's been 16 years since Hadacol's second and final album, All In Your Head. The band broke up shortly after its release, and it never really go...

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Seu Jorge paid beautiful tribute to David Bowie at Liberty Hall last night

Seu Jorge paid beautiful tribute to David Bowie at Liberty Hall last night

Seu Jorge Liberty Hall, Lawrence Monday, September 11 In the nearly 13 years since Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou was released, its Seu...

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INTERVIEW: Spectacular Optical’s Kier-La Janisse on their upcoming YULETIDE TERROR

INTERVIEW: Spectacular Optical's Kier-La Janisse on their upcoming YULETIDE TERROR

Canadian small-press publisher Spectacular Optical has started to become the go-to place for intriguing books on genre topics. Be it their look at '80s hysteria in Satanic Panic: Pop Cultural Paranoia in the 1980s, the first comprehensive analysis of director Jean Rollin in Lost Girls, or “the cool

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